Lakemba Ramadan nights, one of Sydney’s most popular and culturally diverse events will be returning after a two year absence. The spectacular month-long event is a vibrant, global food bazaar which appears from dusk to dawn, attracting more than 250,000 people, not only locals, but many others from around Australia and the world.

Councillor Khodr Saleh, the chair of the Lakemba Ramadan Nights organising  committee welcomes the return of the Lakemba Ramadan night at Haldon Street Lakemba after two years of absence due to the Covid 19 Pandemic. He hopes the celebration will return this year bigger and better.

“Despite the difficulties and challenges of the past two years,  Haldon street will once again shine in the nights of the Holy month of Ramadan”, he said.

“We are working closely with police, transport, SES services, NSW Health, as well as local organisations and representatives to ensure it’s a safe event.”

The manager of Lakemba travel Centre, Omar Yassin said “This event is important for our town centre, provide a big support for the  shop keepers after two years of challenges.

The Holy month of Ramadan for 2022 is starting on the evening of Friday, 1st April lasting 30 days and ending at sundown on Sunday, 2nd May.